"It was a really good visit," Lenzy told Dawgman.com shortly after leaving campus. "I got a chance to meet with the coaches -- mainly coach (Keith) Bhonapha and coach (Jonathan) Smith and also coach Petersen a little bit.
"I really liked the atmosphere there. I really got a good feeling there and with the facilities, the field they have there right on the lake and all of the staff and the program they have built there, Washington is definitely one of my favorite schools.
"A big thing that stuck out for me was how passionate they are about the program and football, but also off the field. They want you to be great in all phases of your life."
Washington didn't extend an offer to Lenzy while he was on campus, but Lenzy did receive offers from two other Pac 12 programs over the past couple of weeks.
"Washington State offered me at their Junior Day (last weekend) and Oregon State offered me last Monday," Lenzy said. "I've talked to Oregon a little bit and Purdue, Michigan State and Ohio State have all been in contact with me as well."
As far as camps are concerned, Lenzy said he's planning to attend quite a few in June and July.
"I'm planning to go to Washington's camp and Oregon and Oregon State's camps," Lenzy noted. "I'm really hoping to get down to UCLA's camp and then maybe some Big Ten schools' camps, but I'm not really sure on those yet."
As a sophomore last season, Lenzy led Tigard with 18 receptions for 513 yards and six scores.
He noted that most schools like him on the defensive side of the ball, but that he'll play on either side, depending on where the school he commits to sees him playing.